McClellan becomes Cats' latest Parade All-American

Wildcat signee Jawann McClellan has already played in the McDonald's All-Star game and now he has been named a Parade All-American. It is the fourth straight year that a Wildcat signee has been named to the prestigious team.<BR> <I>Full list of Wildcat Parade All-Americans inside</I>

It has been a year full of honors for the future Wildcat. He was named the Houston Chronicle's Player of the Year, edging out Daniel Gibson and led Milby High School to the Texas 5A title.

McClellan averaged 23.5 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game as the Buffaloes went 39-0. He finished his career with a school-record 2,429 points.

He won MVP awards at two Holiday Tournaments, the Academy National Invitational and the Jaycees Tournament, both in his hometown of Houston.


2004: Jawann McClellan, Houston, TX (2nd Team)

2003: Ndudi Ebi, Houston, TX (1st team) went to NBA

2002: Hassan Adams, Los Angeles, CA (2nd Team)
2002: Chris Rodgers, Portland, OR (3rd Team)

2001: Channing Frye, Phoenix, AZ (4th Team)

1999: Jason Gardner, Indianapolis, IN (2nd Team)

1998: Richard Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ (4th Team)
1998: Jason Gardner, Indianapolis, IN (4th Team)

1996: Mike Bibby, Phoenix, AZ (1st Team)
1996: Stephen Jackson, Mouth of Wilson, VA (2nd Team) never enrolled due to academics
1996: Loren Woods, St. Louis, MO (3rd Team) originally signed with Wake Forest, transferred to Arizona

1991: Ben Davis, Mouth of Wilson, VA (2nd Team) originally signed with Kansas, transferred to Arizona from JC

1990: Khalid Reeves, New York, NY (2nd Team)

1988: Orlando Vega, Mouth of Wilson, VA (4th Team) left school prior to 1989 season

1987: Chris Mills, Los Angeles, CA (2nd Team) originally signed with Kentucky
1987: Mark Georgeson, Huntington Beach, CA (3rd Team) left program after redshirtting in 1988

1985: Craig McMillan, Cloverdale, CA (3rd Team)

Note: Leon Wood who played the 1980 season under Fred Snowden was a 3rd Team All-American in 1979.

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